A cruise to the US Atlantic coast is an exciting way to discover America. From Canada’s polar region through Maine, to the sun-kissed Florida tip and beyond, there are many attractions to love. Whether you are young or young at heart, here is a neat selection of activities to try.
Leaf Peeping Along Hudson River
Want to escape the usual chaos in New York City? Get whisked away to the Hudson River Valley and enjoy the daylight scenery of the NYC fall foliage. Jump aboard a classic boat during autumn, and head north to Hudson River, to see the last leaves of the fall season.
Explore the Great Lakes Region
From Toronto, Duluth, to Minnesota, is a journey through the five great lakes: Erie, Ontario, Superior, Michigan, and Huron. You need a passport for this excursion option. If you are still yearning for more, head for the Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum. Every cabin guarantees a water view in the Great Lakes region.
Island Hopping in Hawaii
Discover the unique charms of the four Hawaiian islands: The Big Island, Maui, Oahu, and Kauai. Volcanoes National Park, Pearl Harbor, and the twisty roadway in Maui are yours to see. No need to book a time-consuming flight for island hopping.
Whale Watching and Birding in New England’s Islands
As you island-hop between Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, and Rhode Island, marvel at the gorgeous homes to whales,birds and decorated buoys. While at it, get a taste of lobsters, freshly-made taffy, and local beers.
Venture into the Pacific Wine Regions
A cruise is the best way to enjoy a grown-up treat of wine country itineraries. Venture to the breathtaking West Coast on a night cruise, to see the most popular winemaking regions in America. Book a cruise from LA through Santa Barbara, all the way to San Francisco.
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